Runner's Strength Training Workout

Becoming a seasoned runner involves more than just adding miles to your sneakers. Running is a full body activity, and training your your body will help you transition from your current status as a beginner to a veteran runner.

This runner’s workout will help strengthen your legs, abs, and lower hip muscles. You’ll also work all of the major joints that you use while running. The stronger these body parts are, the more power you will have as you increase your speed and distance on your runs. Lace up!

While running can put considerable stress on joints and muscles, it doesn’t need to cause injury or pain. By working out the muscle groups involved in running, and strengthening the right joints, you can avoid injury, stress, and downtime.

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